Albeit small, the museum houses over 200 products across 2 levels of design galleries in the glass building. The specially curated exhibition Human-Nature showcases design works across disciplines including innovative products, research concepts, communication works and art. In the museum’s Permanent Collection, a selection of the winners of the Red Dot Design Awards from across the years are presented.
From 26 Sep - 3 Nov 2019
Award winning futuristic design concepts from the international Red Dot Award for Design Concept are carefully selection based on strict criteria such as the degree of innovation, realisation possibility, functionality, aesthetic quality, emotional content and impact by an international jury panel of design experts. Only the best are on showcase.
Red Dot Award For Design Concept is the leading international design award among all kinds of inventions, novelty designs and aesthetic designs that are not in the market. The Winners Exhibition showcases the winning collection in 2019.
From 11 Jan 2019
Award winning design works can be found in the museum’s Permanent Collection, the museum shop and throughout the museum. Every year, design experts from all over the world decide the best products, design concepts and communication design works to be awarded
Only the best designs pass through the rigorous adjudication process to receive the coveted Red Dot quality seal – and thus their deserved place in the Red Dot Design Museum. The permanent collection consists of products which have been awarded the Red Dot Award for Product Design and can be found throughout the museum.
From 8 Nov 2019 - Sep 2020
An exhibition of good design, with parallel questioning of the nature of being human in a world where we achieved enhanced abilities through technology and algorithm, where humans co-exist with robots, machine learning and big data.
The exhibition begins with an introspective probe on how humans perceive robots. Do they have souls? Where in some parts of the world humans believe inanimate objects are considered to be just as alive as the animate, will robots be accepted as companions, members of society rather than mere tools or threats?